A Chinese cap-and-trade carbon pricing program is scheduled to begin in 2017, and will be the world’s largest carbon market.
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Ahead of releasing Australia’s emissions reduction target for 2030, all signs suggest the Abbott government will keep ambition levels low, while turning up rhetoric about economy-harming carbon policies and ‘massive’ electricity prices.
If you look at the carbon tax as an experiment, there are four main conclusions you can draw from its results, 12 months after the price was removed.
What if you could grow biofuels on land nobody wants, using just seawater and sunlight, and produce food at the same time?
The White Paper has left out one obvious policy that could help: mandatory greenhouse emissions standards for all imported new and second-hand vehicles.
BP Energy Outlook calls into question role BP and other international fossil fuel companies are playing in adapting to a carbon-constrained future.
Switching to alternative energy sources, such as renewables, and using more electric cars could double Australia’s energy productivity.
For the first time, the February monthly average carbon dioxide levels at the Mauna Loa Observatory have passed 400ppm.
Sustainability is possible over the next century, but only if we control climate change.